Stock Market news stories
Energy sector leads turbulence across global economy
Exxon Mobil – the largest United States oil and gas company – suffered the hardest hit, losing a market cap of US$82.02 billion in the last six months.
US oil & energy providers hit by plunging market cap in 1H 2020
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to lead many market sectors into turbulence, the energy sector has not escaped unscathed.
Sydney IT consultant charged with insider trading and unauthorised access to data
Oakes doesn’t have to enter a plea and the matter was adjourned to 25 June 2018 for committal mention.
Xero climbs into ASX100 as Vocus Group dropped
“This is another key step in our journey as we continue to broaden our shareholder base and deliver on our long-term strategy” - Xero COO.
Samsung posts healthy Q4 profit and 50:1 stock split
The company has seen its share price soar since the announcement on Wednesday.
Global warning as spam attacks target stock market manipulation
Spammers have targeted 'penny stocks' in a Latvian company to manipulate stocks - global caution is advised.
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Okta celebrates going public on the Nasdaq Stock Market
The enterprise software company is quickly becoming a household name in APAC with great inroads in Australia and New Zealand.
YEAR IN REVIEW: NZ stock investors ride wave of new listings
The New Zealand stock market welcomed 16 companies to the bourse in 2014, raising $8.
Logitech CEO resigns as stocks plummet
Former boss Gerrino De Luca takes back role he held for ten years, as current CEO steps down.
Apple shares reach $400
Apple has seen 96% growth since introduction of the iPad in January 2010.